Shit like this is exactly why Fame and Misfortune exists, and why your section of the fandom is and always will be seen as a complete joke; because so-called "fans" like you can't be bothered to grow up.
Cute, got any more judgemental nonsense you want to throw a temper tantrum over? No? Then piss off child.
If you're seriously going to try and pull the maturity card over my choice in various franchises then you really have no room to judge.
But the fact that you're stupid enough to believe that a single comic those made for fun and nothing more somehow influenced the writers to make an episode that's considered one of the best of the series is mind-boggling to say the least. Made ever more ridiculous by the idea that simply elaborating on a character's family is somehow a ratings trap.
But hey, it's good to know you're about as pathetic as the imbecile who decided to start this drama to begin with by harassing the artist just because he didn't like the episode. BTW? Good job defending the guy who decided to shoes this old comic to throw out temper tantrum over in the first place, really shows your mentality is that of a dish rag.
Keep doing your job of being the scum of the fanchise, that way people who genuinely likes you know to steer clear of toxic influences like you.
Word of advice, stop pretending that the show has to revolve around your ego.
So in conclusion, your opinion is ass-backwards and objectively flawed.
You mean besides the fact that the oranges could have been cousins of one of AJ's parents? Or that They didn't have to be direct siblings. Or hey, we never see Granny's husband or Pear Butter's wife, so there's the possibility one of them had a sibling that married into the Orange side of the family, thus making a part of the apple family.
Maybe if you dived deeper and did some proper analysis instead of just throwing a tantrum you would realize that, then again, it's pretty obvious that your section of the fandom doesn't really think. And considering the fact that I was able to come up with the above paragraph simply from doing a bit of research, that makes me more wise than you.
Don't talk to me about being a "true fan" when you yourself are so dense that you believe that Perfect Pear somehow ruins the characters. So-called fans like you are so desperate they had the show that they'll attack other fans just for writing a comic that didn't even affect the show.
Again, you're such a coward that you have to insult me and hide behind blocking me, so I shouldn't be surprised that you can't be bothered to grow a pair and admit that you're wrong.
The show isn't ruined, nor is it as bad as you want it to be. Deal with it.
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And don't waste your time telling someone to voice criticism towards the showrunners. They know the show has gotten bad and they don't care so long as they turn a profit.
What were you even thinking when you came up with this? Actually, wait. Don't tell me. I don't want to know.
The very idea that this meme somehow informed the Perfect Pear episode is laughable to begin with. XD-385 doesn't seem to realize that the show's writers aren't even allowed to look at fan works. It's a similar impulse to blaming secret conspiracies for the world's ills, really. The Brony fandom always had a certain sense of entitlement, even a false sense of power to it. I'm not talking about each and every brony, of course, but the idea that the creators acknowledge our existence came up in the Brony fandom pretty early, and while we were probably acknowledged as a potential secondary target demographic, a lot of bronies deluded themselves into assuming a far greater importance than we actually had. Now bronies start to realize that they don't actually have that power, but they also still confuse being pandered to as power - so because they don't have power, someone else in the brony fandom must be responsible. They blame it on other bronies because the idea that the creators' bad decisions could simply be unrelated to anything the fandom does is simply too disillusioning to bear for them. They start harrassing other bronies for allegedly causing problems in the newer episodes in order to preserve their delusional image of the brony fandom as actually being influential.